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Cyber Forum – Maritime Cyber Security

7 November 2022
DKUK events

By invitation only

Date
7 November 2022
Time
18:00 – 19:30
Venue
Westminster Palacer
London
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Price
There is no charge attending this session. No refreshments will be serviced. By invitation only

In collaboration with Committee of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Cyber Security we are proud to announce this up coming session on maritime cyber security, where various aspects of cyber security in a maritime context will be touch upon.

The session can only be attended by invitation only considering the topic, and DKUK will be reaching out directly to members who we believe will be interested in this.

  • Programme
  • About
17.30Recommended arrival time.
With an airportstyle security give yourself time enough to get to the event in time
18.00Programme: Welcome
Rory Hopcraft, Research Fellow within the Maritime Cyber Threats research group at the University of Plymouth;
Mark Sutcliffe who runs the CSO Alliance, providing timely cyber security information into the maritime industry and
Andy Powell, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at A P Moller- Maersk Group, a practitioner view of countering the Maritime Cyber Security threat

19.30End of programme

Please note. There is no charge attending this event, nor will there be served any refreshments during this session.

About the Cyber APPG:

The purpose of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Cyber Security is to raise awareness in Parliament of issues relating to Cyber Security by providing a forum for briefings, debate and discussion. The group will address developments in Cyber Security systems and techniques affecting consumers, businesses (including small business) and the role of cyber security in the smooth working of Defence, the UK economy and society as well as the Critical National Infrastructure. The group activity will be applicable to, security, identity, regulation and fraud, and it will provide information that promotes inclusion and understanding for non-specialists.

The post of APPG Chair is held by Simon Fell MP: the group’s parliamentary liaison officer is Andrew Henderson.

The secretariat of the APPG on Cyber Security is provided by the Information Security Group, (ISG), at Royal Holloway, University of London.

http://www.appgcybersecurity.org/